Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Origin PC's latest EON15-S series of laptops will start at a mere $999.
This convertible laptop has a sizable hard drive and a good amount of RAM for a nice price.
Microsoft launched Windows 3.1 on April 6, 1992. What made it so innovative 25 years ago? Let's take a stroll down memory lane in this slideshow.
The U.S. might add other airports to its ban restricting passengers from bringing laptops on board certain flights from the Middle East.
Amazon is offering the Razer Blade Stealth with a Kaby Lake Core i5 for $800. Some Razer peripherals are on sale, too.
The Surface Studio, Surface Book and Surface Dial will now available in many more Asian and European countries.
The Razer Blade Pro's THX certification applies only to its 4K IGZO screen and its headphone jack—but hey, it's still the first!
If you need a basic laptop that looks good and works for everyday tasks, this Yoga 710 is worth a look.
This 15-inch notebook from HP has ho-hum display resolution, but the Kaby Lake processor and sizable hard drive make up for it.
We tested a stack of USB-C charging laptops and surprise: They finally work! (Mostly).
Normally priced at $729, this budget 15-inch convertible laptop comes with the latest generation of Intel Core processors, a good-sized hard drive, lots of RAM, and a nice, big touchscreen.
Porsche Design's Book One outclasses even Microsoft's Surface Book on aesthetics, but the specs show it chose beauty over power.
Qualcomm has big plans to bring back ARM to Windows 10 PCs, and there is a chance that its Snapdragon 835 could support Windows Holographic for VR headsets.
As with its cars, Porsche Design loved what it has created with its new Book One 2-in-1, made to challenge Microsoft's Surface Book.
Soon, your Samsung phone may be able to recognize your iris and log you into your Windows PC.